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Multi day walks perfect for a long weekend of walking the Welsh coastline
These itineraries will give you a flavour of what the Wales Coast Path has to offer – an unrivalled walking experience along the diverse and beautiful Welsh coastline with a warm Welsh welcome along the way. Choose to walk these sections over 3 or 2 days or as individual walks - the choice is yours!
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Covering 25 miles / 40 km from Rhyl to Conwy, you'll enjoy traditional sea-side resorts, fun packed piers and long sandy beaches on this accessible section of the path. Download a PDF of the North Wales Coast multi day walk.
25 miles / 42 km of wild and beautiful coastline awaits you stretching from Valley to Four Mile Bridge on one of the most iconic sections of the entire path. Download a PDF of the Isle of Anglesey multi day walk
Give your legs a good work out by walking 31 miles / 49 km of this unique section of the path winding from Pwllheli to Aberdaron, a picturesque coastal village at the tip of this wild and rugged peninsula. Download a PDF of the Llŷn Peninsula multi day walk
This spectacular and varied section of the path is well known for dramatic cliffs, stunning scenery and a wildlife hotspot for dolphin spotting. Tie up your walking boots ready to discover the path between Borth to Aberaeron (24 miles / 38km). Download a PDF of the Ceredigion Coast multi day walk
One of the most iconic and popular sections of the path, this walk offers it all from the rugged coastline vistas of Manorbier in south Pembrokeshire alongside long sandy beaches leading you to vast golden sands of Pendine Sands in neighboring county of Carmarthenshire. This 19 mile stretch / 30 km will whet your appetite to walk the rest of the path. Download a PDF of the Pembrokeshire into Carmarthenshire multi day walk
Walk your way from the sweeping promenade of Swansea and into an area of outstanding natural beauty, passing sand dunes and castles from the past. This 26 mile / 41km itinerary will lead you to the very popular Worm's head, a rocky outcrop with fantastic views over the award-winning white sands of Rhossili. Download a PDF of the Carmarthen Bay and Gower multi day walk
This 29 mile /46km itinerary promises breathtaking coastal views from Barry and along the Glamorgan Heritage coast with an opportunity to see one of the highest sand dunes in Wales, known as the Big Dipper before finishing off in Porthcawl a fun seaside town approximately 25 miles (40 km) west of the capital city of Wales, Cardiff. Download a PDF of the South Wales coast multi day walk